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Native American Educational Services. Chicago Campus. Records, 1881-2004

Records from the Chicago campus of Native American Educational Service. The collection contains material pertaining to the operation and history of both NAES and the American Indian Center of Chicago. The collection also contains papers from a wide variety of other American Indian organizations.

Native American Educational Services. Student Field Projects, 1977-2003

This collection contains student field projects submitted by NAES College students from all campuses. Students completed theses on sociological and personal subjects that furthered the understanding of the living conditions of the contemporary Native American. Subjects include: childcare, historical treaties, alcoholism, tribal resources, social services, modernization, suicide, economic development ...

Native American Educational Services. Robert V. Dumont, Jr. Papers, 1942-2000

The papers in this collection belong to one of the initiators of the Native American Education Services (NAES) College, Robert V. Dumont Jr. Most notably, this collection includes Dumont’s field notes from several research projects conducted around issues of Indian education in the United States, mostly dating from the ...

Native American Educational Services. American Indian Business Association. Records, 1969-2001

American Indian Business Association (AIBA), a Chicago non-profit which offered employment and training services to American Indian people. The AIBA was a consortium of 10 Illinois Indian Associations, each of which was represented on the Consortium Board whose meetings and associated documents are found in the collection. The ...

Native American Educational Services. Armin Beck. Papers, 1963-1991

Dr. Armin Beck served as a professor at NAES College in Chicago. This collection contains papers from Armin Beck's work at NAES, within the Civil Rights movement, and higher education in Chicago, The collection contains research materials as well as many of his article reprints and manuscripts on the subjects ...

Native American Educational Services. David Beck. Papers, 1936-2002

David Beck served as a professor at NAES College in Chicago. This collection contains correspondence, syllabus, and administrative papers related to Beck's work at NAES. The collection forms part of the archives of Native American Educational Services.

Native American Educational Services Press. Records, 1955-1994

This collection contains manuscripts and proofs of publications of the NAES College Press. The collection forms part of the archives of Native American Educational Services, and is particularly strong in materials related to Sol Tax and Robert Thomas.

Native American Educational Services. American Indian Press Association Records, 1970-1976

This collection consists of press releases produced by the American Indian Press Association. The collection forms part of the archives of Native American Educational Services,

Tax, Sol. Papers, 1923-1989

Sol Tax (1907-1995), Anthropologist. Papers include personal and professional correspondence, ethnographic field notes, published and unpublished articles, papers, and manuscripts, lecture notes and transcripts, student papers, audiotapes, photographs, and memorabilia. Documentation begins with Tax's youth in Milwaukee, continuing through his student years at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and at the ...

Native American Educational Services. Subject Files, 1950-2005

This collection contains files collected by the Native American Educational Service on a variety of organizations and issues. Topics include language, alcohol abuse, violence prevention, poverty, citizenship, civil rights, crime, welfare, Native American heritage and language, land rights, healthcare, casinos, education, and political activism.

Native American Educational Services. Chicago American Indian Community Organization Conference. Records, 1980-1999

The Chicago American Indian Community Organization Conference was a series of conferences that sought to bring together the Native American community in and around the Chicago area. This collection forms part of the archives of Native American Educational Services. The bulk of the collection spans the years 1981-1987, and consists ...

Native American Educational Services. American Indian Chicago Conference. Records, 1960-2001

This collection contains papers created by and for the American Indian Chicago Conference in 1961. Most of the 460 conference participants were indigenous and they used the congress to address their common concerns. The collection forms part of the archives of Native American Educational Services,

Native American Educational Services. Tax, Sol. Papers, 1908-1993

Sol Tax (1907-1996) was a prominent cultural anthropologist at the University of Chicago who was instrumental to the foundation of the Native American Educational Services (NAES) as an offshoot of his work with Native Americans in Chicago and throughout the Americas. This collection consists of 24 linear feet of materials ...

Native American Educational Services. Americans for Indian Opportunity. Records , 1970s-1992

Contains records of Americans for Indian Opportunity, primarily compiled by LaDonna Harris. The collection forms part of the archives of Native American Educational Services (NAES.)

Native American Educational Services. American Indian Health Service. Records, 1974-1988

This collection contains papers created by the American Indian Health Service (AIHS). The AIHS records contain administrative documents (budget and expenses, personnel and organizational structure), grant applications and program proposals (including the Foster Care Program and a proposal for the American Indian Health Clinic), correspondence and legislation pertaining to health ...

Native American Educational Services. Community Board Training Project. Records, 1978-1995

The Community Board Training Project was an educational program of Native American Educational Services College. CBTP addressed the occupational training needs of Native Americans in the Chicago area, as well as cooperative efforts among various Native American organizations in the area. This collection forms part of the archives of Native ...

Native American Educational Services. American Indian Economic Development Association. Records., 1869-2001

The American Indian Economic Development Association (AIEDA) was formed in 1985 with the mission "to promote economic development within the American Indian community of metropolitan Chicago and to increase the socioeconomic mobility and quality of life for the American Indian population." Effectively, AIEDA was an organization run by Native ...

Native American Educational Services. Chicago Community Agencies. Records, 1892-2001

This collection consists of materials from organizations in the Chicago area that somehow relate to American Indian life. There are, in particular, a lot of materials about the O-Wai-Ya-Wa school, the St. Augustine's center, sports mascots, holidays and conferences. The collection forms part of the archives of Native American Educational ...

Native American Educational Services. Beaulieu, David. Papers, 1954-1997

David Beaulieu, education professor and administrator, was the President of the Board of Trustees of the Native American Educational Services College from 1973-1997. The collection forms part of the archives of Native American Educational Services, and consists of 6.5 linear feet of materials related to Dr. Beaulieu's research and social ...

Native American Educational Services. Johns, Edith E. Papers, 1959-1999

Edith Emerald Johns (1915-1999), also known as Edith Big Fire Johns, was an advocate of health care and social issues among the Chicago-area Native American community. Johns was one of the founders of the American Indian Center, serving on its Board of Directors from 1960-1971. This collection forms part of ...

Native American Educational Services. Chapman, Michael. Papers, 1985-2003

Michael Chapman is a fundraiser, political advisor, and Menominee tribe official. An alumnus of Native American Educational Services College, Chapman went on to serve in an administrative capacity at the school, including work as assistant to the President, Trustee, and Chairman. The collection forms part of the archives of Native ...

Native American Educational Services. Robert Rietz. Papers, 1961-2000

Robert Rietz was a pioneer in the so-called “Action Anthropology” movement, creator and promoter of educational projects for Native American college students, and Director of the American Indian Center in Chicago. The bulk of Rietz’s personal papers cover the period from 1950 to 1954, when he worked as community analyst ...